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Workers Memorial Day 2021 arrives at a moment of the greatest urgency, when the front lines of the war against

Workers in health care and social service industries are a big step closer to having safer workplaces.

On this National Library Workers Day, AFSCME library workers deserve to be recognized for the value they bring to ou

The Mike Buesing Local Union Development Award is presented each year to an individual member, local union or group of members or locals who have contributed significantly to internal mobilization and local union development.

We're thrilled to have presented this year's award to Local 999 -St. Stephen's Human Services. Local 999 recently ratified their first tentative agreement, all while often negotiating virtually due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. 

CBHH/ CARE Labor/Management Meeting

September 24, 2020 130PM

CBHH/CARE-Virtual Meeting

 

Attendance: Adam Castle, Jim Pierce, Heather Tucky, Rn Sup, Ashley Samora, Tiffany Brown, Christina Anderly, Steve Wilking, Frederick Bettner, Alex Flores

 

CBHH/CARE Agenda Items

If there’s one thing the 2020 election has in spades, it’s choices – and not just the choices between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, Mike Pence and Kamala Harris, and choices up and down the ballot. In a year when our jobs, our families, and every aspect of our lives have felt the impact of a pandemic, there are lots of ways to make your voice heard at the polls. 

AFSCME MSOP Labor Management

September 10, 2020

Teleconference

12:00 PM

 

Attendance: Ryan Cates, Annie Jakacki, Nick Weerts, Eric Hesse, Bonnie Wold, Troy Sherwood, Tim Lokensgard, Nikki Boder, Paul Rodriguez, Michelle Sexe, Ryan Kern, Denise Considine

 

AFSCME AGENDA ITEMS

Follow Up Items:

AFSCME Labor Management MSH

September 17, 2020  1230PM

Administration Building

 

Attendance: Adam Castle, Steve Wilking, Alex Flores, Emilio Florez, Annie Jakacki, Scott Melby, Marvin Sullivan, Alli Kuhlman, Carol Olsen, Roxanne Portner, Becky Robinson, Michelle Chalin

 

There are countless reasons against voting for Donald Trump in November. But this election isn’t just about Donald Trump. AFSCME President Lee Saunders explains why working people should cast their ballots for Joe Biden for president and Kamala Harris for vice president:

Nursing homes have been especially hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 40% of all COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have been linked to nursing homes. But according to a recent study, one factor that determines how fatal a COVID-19 outbreak will be is whether that nursing home is unionized.

Throughout my son’s long career at AFSCME, there have been countless times when I’ve seen Lee proudly wearing an AFSCME T-shirt. Often, these T-shirts feature slogans like “Rise Up” and “Never Quit.”

To Lee, these are much more than just slogans. They’re principles that guide him as president of AFSCME. As his mom, the meaning behind these phrases evoke a long and powerful legacy within our family.